Bug#962715: Incompatible API versions: encoded with [1,17,5,4] but attempted to decode with [1,20]
I don't understand how this is possible: don't all the
debian packages that depend on pandoc-types get compiled
against the same version of pandoc-types?
Jonas Smedegaard <email@example.com> writes:
> Quoting Eric Marsden (2020-06-12 16:08:52)
>> Package: pandoc-sidenote
>> Version: 0.20.0-1
>> When invoking pandoc-sidenote as a pandoc filter, it generates an error
>> related to "incompatible API versions".
>> % pandoc --filter pandoc-sidenote -o /tmp/foo.html foo.md
>> pandoc-sidenote: Error in $: Incompatible API versions: encoded with
>> [1,17,5,4] but attempted to decode with [1,20].
>> CallStack (from HasCallStack):
>> error, called at ./Text/Pandoc/JSON.hs:107:64 in
>> Error running filter pandoc-sidenote:
>> Filter returned error status 1
>> Architecture is amd64. Pandoc version is 2.5-3+b1. Reverting to the
>> previous version 0.19.0.0-2+b4 works fine.
> Interesting! Looks like pandoc and pandoc-sidenote was compiled with
> different versions of pandoc-types, and strongly depend on that being
> identical at runtime.
> I will look into having pandoc provide a virtual package indicating its
> "ABI" of which pandoc-types it was compiled against, and then have
> pandoc-sidenote depend on that ABI.
> Thanks for reporting!
> - Jonas
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